Finder will be receiving some nice updates in the next iteration of OS X, Mavericks. One of the biggies will be Finder Tabs. Instead of opening several Finder windows, you'll be able to use Tabs instead.
The App Store will celebrate its fifth birthday this year and Tim Cook has just announced some pretty amazing numbers from WWDC 2013. Not only did Apple recently surpass 50 billion app downloads, they've also paid developers a staggering $10 billion, with $5 billion of that being this year alone.
We're not long out from the big WWDC 2013 keynote kicking off at Moscone West in San Francisco, and the Apple Store is down. In just about every language imaginable, this message is greeting visitors to the online Apple Store right about now. Customarily, the Apple Store goes down right before new products are added to it. So, does this mean that some new hardware is imminent?
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Looking for a live stream of todays WWDC 2013 keynote? Fire up your Apple TV and take a look, as you should be seeing the return of the Apple Events channel, complete with a note for live coverage later on today! The Apple Events channel was last seen on the Apple TV late last year for the iPad mini event, and while you're waiting you can still watch back past events.
We're finally here! Well, almost anyway. WWDC 2013 gets underway in just a few hours, so if you're looking for a great time killer then why not look back on last years WWDC presentation. As previously, there was no new iPhone hardware, but we did get iOS 6 complete with Apple Maps, OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion and the launch of the new Retina Display MacBook Pro.
Today, it's go time. It's been such a long time now since Apple hit the stage that excitement is at fever pitch ahead of the WWDC 2013 keynote. From the moment Tim Cook hits the stage, we really don't know exactly what to expect. We know we'll be seeing iOS 7, and we know we'll be seeing OS X 10.9, but aside from that we haven't the first clue exactly what to expect. It's actually pretty exciting!
Starting first thing in the morning, Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference opens its doors. Tim Cook and other execs will take the stage to share all that is new from Apple. And unless you’ve been living under a rock you know that Apple’s share price has dropped from $700 last September to below $400 in April, and has now recovered slightly to about $440 as I write this.
We're less than 24 hours out now from this years highly anticipated WWDC keynote, and we're continuing our look back on past events today with the 2011 presentation from Moscone West. Continuing the tradition of the previous 3 years, 2011 saw a new iPhone, the 4S, the unveiling of iOS 5 with Siri, and OS X 10.7 Lion.